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Old 11-07-2019, 09:34 AM   #1
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just asking opinion about my current plan for build

So, i did ask a while back about hpa/co2 stuff so now im thinking that should i stay with the hpa build since i can propably use it later on a lot more(i have well g74 thats going to become hpa when i get it working right and svd thats going to become svu like copy which will get just 3d printed handguard with pistolgrip etc etc), but yes, my main question is should i build my mb44xx and propably use the hpa bottles etc on other guns too, just general question, for me im thinking it could be good decision to go for hpa but i do see talk about hpa being less accurate than springer, just a temperature thing if i have understood right ? i like to go techy with my guns :)

Edit: also forgot to mention currently my problem is that i cant propably get close to 4J out of the rifle without some modded spring or something cause of the cylinder and i would love to have springer with real magazine, i dont have problems with the ramp since its mostly just a problem with low end bbs
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Old 11-07-2019, 12:54 PM   #2
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HPA shouldn't suffer any performance problems related to temperature (though it can effect the number of shots you get from the tank). Green gas would be the "worst" power source in terms of consistency, but even it is perfectly capable of extremely high performance; note that this is only with regards to power consistency- the gas type pushing the BB through the barrel isn't going to have any effect on horizontal accuracy.
In my opinion, I consider HPA the best option for just about every reason, with my only issue being line/tank placement.
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Old 11-07-2019, 03:03 PM   #3
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thanks for the reply!
i will propably move to hpa since the hpa costs around 150€ for both my mb44xx and svd(svd should become semi-auto at the same time rather than bolt action)
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Old 11-07-2019, 03:47 PM   #4
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Just make sure - if applicable - to factor in the cost of tank/line/regulator/etc.
Also if you're using a BASR or even DMR with smaller tanks, I'd highly recommend getting a high pressure hand pump- free and mobile refills that give you a slight workout without breaking a sweat
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Old 11-09-2019, 08:40 AM   #5
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yeah, its not free change :) but i think it will be good since i dont think im going to drop airsoft at any point :) and if i do decide to go with hpa, then i can use it to power atleast 3 guns which would be win win for me since i dont like to buy propane for my gbbr, even tho you can get it cheaper than those what are sold for airsoft players just because it has silicone oil in it.

Edit: also easier to change the guns J output and maximize the rifle :)




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Just make sure - if applicable - to factor in the cost of tank/line/regulator/etc.
Also if you're using a BASR or even DMR with smaller tanks, I'd highly recommend getting a high pressure hand pump- free and mobile refills that give you a slight workout without breaking a sweat
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